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With over 25,000 OEMs, enterprise users, and apps developers as Adopter Members, IMC is the largest and fastest-growing trade association dedicated to the IoT/M2M sector.

 
iBASIS joins IMC as Enterprise Demand for Global Connectivity Spikes
London (12 November 2019): a leading provider of communications worldwide, iBASIS has joined the IoT M2M Council (IMC) as a Sustaining Member to support its global operating footprint and take advantage of the IMC’s marketing and research platforms. iBASIS is rapidly expanding into e-SIM powered IoT connectivity and new enterprise markets. The IMC, a trade association with 25,000 members comprised of enterprise users and OEMs that buy IoT solutions, has ~40% of its membership in North America, the balance dispersed globally.
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Hannover Messe Teams with IMC for Focus on IIoT Infrastructure
London (17 July 2019): The producers of Hannover Messe, the world's largest manufacturing exhibition, have just struck a cooperation agreement with the IoT M2M Council (IMC), the largest industry group serving the "Internet of Things" sector exclusively, to cooperate on new exhibitors and conference content. The IMC is mandated to concentrate specifically on infrastructure for Industrial IoT (IIoT) applications at HM, including connectivity, platforms, and edge technology to connect industrial devices.
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Nimbelink Joins IMC to Gain Access to IoT Buyers
London (11 July 2019): Nimbelink, a provider of turnkey solutions used for asset tracking and other applications, has joined the IoT M2M Council (IMC) - with 25,000 members the largest trade group serving the "Internet of Things" technology sector - for better access to OEMs and enterprise users that deploy the technology. Hardware and cellular services provided by Nimbelink are used in asset tracking and a myriad of other applications that are reflected in IMC's broad-based membership, and the company hopes to take advantage of the thought leadership and lead generation that the IMC provides.
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IIoT Conference at Hannover Messe: AWS, HPE, Tata Headline
London (14 March 2019): Some of the most influence providers of IioT solutions will address practical issues of deploying software, hardware and connectivity services for embedded devices at a conference to be held at Hannover Messe in the first week of April in Germany. The podium of the new IIoT Infrastructure Conference will be shared by industry giants like AWS, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), and Tata Communications, but also by smaller IIoT native-tech firms like MultiTech and Telit. The conference is organized by the IoT M2M Council (IMC), and will take place on the afternoon of Thursday, 4 April 2019 at the Conference Center of the fairgrounds – attendance will be free-of-charge to registrants attending the fair.
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The IMC offers a collection of in-depth case studies for IoT and M2M deployments, spanning the broadset possible range of verticle market applications and geographies. The Use Cases will include critical information concerning ROI, Total Cost of Ownership, enhanced revenue streams, and other tangible outcomes of deployments wherever possible, organized by vertical market categories. It is the considered opinion of the IMC Board that broader adoption of M2M technologies will be fostered by this kind of qualitative research, providing IoT and M2M Adopters with valuable lessons learned from real-life examples.

 

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